One of the most popular treatments at our Cardiff and Bristol Dermalogic Aesthetics clinics – we aim to provide our clients with gorgeous, plump, natural looking lips. Lip enhancement is a fantastic, non-surgical solution to combat common issues including lip thinning, narrow or less-defined lips. We work with our clients to create a beautiful, natural-looking look for their lips.
To obtain these results, at Dermalogic aesthetics, we believe it can only be achieved by a skilful and experienced practitioner. The lip filler procedure may seem simplistic and easy, it requires an extensive knowledge of facial anatomy, and an ability to blend scientific expertise with your needs and expectations – which is what you will find here at Dermalogic Aesthetics.
WHAT CAN WE TREAT WITH DERMAL FILLER TREATMENT?
Nasolabial lines (nose to mouth)
Marinette lines (below the mouth)
The TREATMENT PROCESS
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DERMAL FILLER TREATMENTS
Award winning premium filler, Teosyal® range
- Nasolabial folds
- Marionette lines
- Cheek enhancement
- Tear troughs
- Non-surgical nose job
- Chin/jaw enhancement
- 1 ml
- 2 ml
*additional syringes £199
- Teosyal® (Premium Filler)
- 0.5 ml
- 1 ml
Our dermal filler treatments are available in Bristol and Cardiff.
DERMAL FILLER TREATMENT CAN ALSO BE USED FOR:
OUR TREATMENT RESULTS
Benefits of having this treatment with us:
- We are Fully Qualified medical practitioners. Therefore, all practitioners undertaking treatments come from a medical background and have a university degree in pharmacy or medicine.
- Our team has years of experience in aesthetic treatments. We ensure all treatments are carried out to the highest standards, to achieve optimum results.
- We pride ourselves on patient care and experience, therefore, our experienced team will ensure that your visit and treatment is as informative, comfortable and professional as possible
- We have very high patient satisfaction. Our patients are very happy with their results resulting in many returning to have additional areas treated. We also have many that recommend friends and family to our clinics
- We are committed to evidence-based practice and use premium products. We use FDA and CE approved products for the treatments.
- We are registered with Save Face. This government approved register is the highest level of recognition available for professionals working within aesthetic cosmetic medicine within the UK.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You’ll have the opportunity to ask your medical practitioner any questions as part of your consultation, but to start the ball rolling here are the answers to some that our patients most frequently asked questions.
Dermal filler is a gel made from hyaluronic acid – a naturally occurring sugar that we all have. To resolve nuisance wrinkles, it’s injected beneath the surface to plump up surrounding tissue.
Yes. All treatments require a through consultation prior to treatment to ensure we help you in the best possible way.
We provide this service free of charge and you’ll get excellent advice from one of our aesthetic medical professionals based on your requirements, as well as any past treatments and relevant medical history.
Yes. Only 1 in 20,000 treatments result in an allergic reaction. Although dermal fillers can be reversed using another injection (hyalase), this requirement is extremely rare but you can be assured that our medical practitioners are all fully trained should this be required or requested.
A dermal filler procedure is typically straightforward and needs no recovery time, so you can immediately crack on with your day. Customers should avoid excessive alcohol, exercise or the heat of the sun for the first 24-48 hours.
The gel is broken down naturally and reabsorbed by the skin. This means that over time your results will slowly fade and you’ll require additional treatment to stay loving your look.
Most possible side effects are related to the action of injecting the skin, not the product itself. These include: redness, minor swelling, itching, tenderness around injection site and potential lumps in the treated area. These can be reduced by massage.
The medical practitioners all highly trained in how to deal with side effects to ensure you get the best from your treatment.
The lips are one of the most sensitive areas on the face, so discomfort during the treatment is normal and can be expected.
However, all dermal fillers contain a numbing agent to lessen the pain of the procedure. You will also be provided with numbing cream for your lips on arrival. These things will help with any discomfort but are unlikely to mask the sensation completely.
It is important to remember that the way your lips look for the few days following your treatment, is not the finished result.
Swelling and bruising can take up to two weeks to completely subside, so you should wait until this point before considering any further action. If you are still unhappy with your result after the two-week point, then you should book in for a follow up with one of our aesthetic clinicians who can make any alterations or even dissolve the filler altogether for you.
If you feel that your swelling and bruising is abnormal or is getting worse over time, get in touch with our medical practioners and they will evaluate whether you need to be seen sooner by a clinician.
All medical professionals are trained in the art of aesthetics and facial proportion. Using the 4mm technique, our experts will only administer as much of the product as it takes to maintain a perfect ratio, giving you a beautiful result that fits your features and won’t make you look over treated.
Occasionally after you have been injected, the filler can settle and form lumps under the skin. This is completely normal and will require a follow up after two weeks with one of our aesthetic medical professionals, to massage it out. The filler will still be easy to manipulate at this point and you will be left with a smooth result.
However, sometimes the lumps in your skin are caused by a reaction. If you notice that the lumps are accompanied by pain and/or swelling that does not subside within a week, give our medical practitioners a call and they will arrange to see you as soon as possible because you may need a prescription of steroids.
If the pain and swelling is severe and is getting worse, give our medical practitioners a call right away and they will advise whether you require an emergency appointment.